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Witches (5)
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Newspaper Article (4)
Advertising Card (1)

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December/17/1989 (1)
January/10-23/1990 (1)
1966-1999 (1)
August/5/1974 (1)
ca 1880-1900 (1)

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1. Berdella: The Unanswered Questions Berdella: The Unanswered Questions January/10-23/1990 Photos and biographical article about Robert Andrew Berdella or Bob Berdella (ca. 1949-1992), a serial murderer in the 1980s, residing in the Central Hyde Park neighborhood at 4315 Charlotte Street (with...

2. Eclipse Starch Co. Eclipse Starch Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Eclipse Starch Co. showing a witch riding a goose in front of the moon with children holding hands and dancing in a circle below. Front of card says: "Mother Goose. Trade Mark....

3. Kansas Witch Found Shot to Death, Ruled a Suicide Kansas Witch Found Shot to Death, Ruled a Suicide August/5/1974 Obituary article about Robert Williams, a 45-year-old "chief psychologist at the Kansas State Industrial Reformatory (in Hutchinson, Kansas) whose admitted practice of witchcraft led to a statewide controversy"...

4. Parapsychology Parapsychology 1966-1999 A collection of photocopied newspaper articles, primarily from the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times, focused on various aspects of parapsychology and the paranormal. The collection also includes...

5. Witches: They Don't Ride Broomsticks, They Don't Worship the Devil & They Don't Show Up Just at Halloween Witches: They Don't Ride Broomsticks, They Don't Worship the Devil & They Don't Show Up Just at Halloween December/17/1989 File containing an article on the nature of self-proclaimed witches and their religion, called Wicca, derived from "pre-Christian sources, European folklore, and mythology."